On his second day in South Florida, President Barack Obama used his annual hurricane briefing to warn about climate change and also made a significant stop before his departure.
If you find yourself sweating out a day that is monstrously hot, chances are you can blame humanity. A new report links three out of four such days to man’s effects on climate.
The presidential hopeful has acknowledged that the climate is changing, but has expressed skepticism that it is being caused solely by humans.
Researchers have found that methane emissions from local natural gas distribution systems across the U.S. have decreased in the past 20 years.
With the recent dip in oil prices, the Environmental Protection Agency wants the State Department to “revisit” how much of a toll the Keystone XL oil pipeline would have on global warming.
Conservative distrust of Pope Francis, which has been building in the U.S. throughout his pontificate, is reaching a boiling point over his plan to urge action on climate change.
Scientists from several Florida universities sent a letter to the state’s governor, asking for his attention regarding climate change.
Turbulence is becoming a bigger problem that it used to be according to some pilots and scientists are concerned it is a result of climate changes.
The climate report issued this week by the White House talks about the impact climate change on the country overall. There are particular concerns for South Florida, which Jim will address with his guests.
NASA jumped back into the discussion of global climate change Tuesday with a new study that showed Earth’s climate will experience roughly 20 percent more warming than estimates originally stated, despite a recent slowdown.